The number of job scams is increasing every single day. People who want to find the job can easily fall into a trap of fake recruiters and employers. Their only goal is to collect money from job-seekers, make them do the job that won't be paid for or to collect information to sell to other scammers. Although, such frauds become smarter every day and find new ways to scam job seekers, there are some surefire ways to avoid becoming a victim:
Watch Out For Offers That Seem Too Good To Be True
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All legitimate job openings have some sort of job description that includes information about education, skills, and experience required to qualify for the position. Employers and HR representatives who are too eager to hire and the job offer that promises a lot of money in a short time with a very little effort are fraudulent schemes almost 100% of the time. Also, job seekers should be on the alert for any employment offers for a position they did not apply for, especially when not addressed by name.